Winter Procedures - Knowledgebase Question

Alden, NY
Question by mmacieje
October 6, 1999
Need winter procedures for the following plants:
1) geum
2) avens
3) bluemoon
4) dragon head
5) yarrow
6) sand wort

I know it's alot to ask for, but i just started gardening, and really need some help, my girl friend and i would appreciate it more than you could ever imagine...

Sincerely,
Michael Maciejewski & Wendy Gietl


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Answer from NGA
October 6, 1999

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find helpful.

You might find some more specific ideas in a basic book or two about perennials. Here are some you may find helpful: "Perennials for Dummies" by Marcia Tatroe ISBN 0764550306; "Rodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Perennials" by Ellen Phillips and C. Colston Burrell ISBN: 0875965709; and "The Well-Tended Perennial Garden : Planting & Pruning Techniques" by Tracy Disabato-Aust, Steven M. Still ISBN: 0881924148.

Another approach is to find an experienced gardener who will show you these things -- there is no substitute for simply seeing it done once, or trying it yourself! Enjoy your garden!

find helpful.

You might find some more specific ideas in a basic book or two about perennials. Here are some you may find helpful: "Perennials for Dummies" by Marcia Tatroe ISBN 0764550306; "Rodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Perennials" by Ellen Phillips and C. Colston Burrell ISBN: 0875965709; and "The Well-Tended Perennial Garden : Planting & Pruning Techniques" by Tracy Disabato-Aust, Steven M. Still ISBN: 0881924148.

Another approach is to find an experienced gardener who will show you these things -- there is no substitute for simply seeing it done once, or trying it yourself! Enjoy your garden!

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